A two bedroom mid terrace launched to the market earlier this week with a guide price of £125,000. Located in Cale Green in-between Stockport & Davenport train station this property would be in a perfect location for prospective tenants.
I’ve linked the Rightmove advert here so you can take a look at the full advert. According to the description the property has cellars below which is always a plus as its useful storage for tenants but also offers the opportunity to add value to the property by turning it into a usable space (if it isn’t already)
I would give a rental valuation of £700 pcm
which would give you a rental yield of 6.72% if purchased for the guide price
of £125,000 which is great. Give me a call on; 0161 474 8668 if you’d like to
discuss buy to let opportunities further.
There is nothing better than having a safe and secure backyard that you can let your dog enjoy. Whilst it should never replace daily walks, it is great to allow your dog extra fresh air, an area for going to the toilet outside of walk times, an outdoor but secure space for training and it can provide them with extra enrichment.
To make sure that your dog can make the most of this space and to save you from worrying too much, especially if your dog is a notorious destroyer, it is important to doggy proof your backyard before you allow your dog access.
Read the full article courtesy of Jen Reviews and Your Dog Adviser , here
One in twelve landlords is unaware of a suite of legislative changes that occurred across the lettings industry in recent years, according to the findings of the English Private Landlord Survey 2018 published in January.
A recent market overview of the key areas within the North West show just how much strength Stockport holds.
On average, Stockport is the highest priced residential location (£241,020) in the North West, and has also grown the fastest (6.7%) over the last 12 months, landing higher in the list than areas such as Manchester City Centre and Chester. It also has the third highest amount of transactions behind Manchester City Centre and Liverpool.
With an ever changing industry and ever changing trends there are always going to be questions for your letting agent, i have highlighted some of the more frequent ones in this article.
One of the most common questions I get asked by Landlords is whether they should offer there property as fully or part furnished. My Answer to this question changes depending on the property style & location.
If we were referring to a one bedroom apartment in the heart of Stockport Exchange i may lean towards a furnished option, The type of tenants attracted to this style of property is likely to be a young professional who perhaps hasn’t rented before, having a furnished property would mean lower out goings initially and perhaps a quicker let.
If it were a three bedroom semi i would tend to advise to go for an unfurnished property as you are likely going to attract a small family who have lived privately elsewhere prior to there next let. They have likely accumulated furniture over this period and in most cases would like to bring this furniture with them.
Each let is different and each landlord has a different approach, if you’d like further advice on anything buy to let related call me on; 0161 474 8668.
If you’re searching for a property that requires some refurbishment then this two bedroom end terrace on Earnshaw Avenue in Offerton could be perfect. It came to the market yesterday with a guide price of only £115,000!
If you’re searching for a low maintenance buy to let, whether this is to add to an existing portfolio or your first time something like this would be great. Added to the market two days ago with a guide price of £120,000.